Look Back To Love Forward

For me, it all began at 16 with selling shoes at the now defunct Kinney Shoes. For a young, quiet girl who studied hard and took life pretty seriously, venturing out into the adult world of employment and customer interaction was a huge step. By day I wore a blue plaid skirt, pressed white shirt... Continue Reading →

10 Ways To Jolly Up Your Job Search

Shopping. Spending. Crowds. Packed malls. Wrapping. Packing. Travel. Family. Extended family. Christmas cards. Secret Santas. Cookies. End-of-the-year project deadlines. Holiday parties. Cold weather. Short days. Flu season. More spending. More cookies. Another year passing. Another year looming. For many of us, time evaporates, goodwill flows, activities distract and stress skyrockets during the holiday season, impacting... Continue Reading →

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